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Several planes destroyed at Khartoum Airport as fighting continues

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Several airplanes have been destroyed at Sudan’s Khartoum airport when the airport came under fire during clashes by Sudan’s army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary group on Saturday, 15th of April 2023.

Several airlines have suspended their operations to Sudan due to the closure of the Khartoum International Airport.

The following aircraft have been destroyed so far according to well-informed Twitter account JACDEC:

  • UNHAS Embraer E135
  • Saudia Airbus A330-300 (HZ-AQ30)
  • SkyUp Boeing 737-800 (UR-SQH)
  • at least 3 Ilyushin IL-76m
  • 2 Antonov AN-74
  • Antonov AN-12
  • Government Ilyushin IL-62 (ST-PRA)
  • Asia Cargo Airlines Boeing 737-300F (PK-YGW)
  • Belcanto Airlines Ilyushin IL-76 (EW-576TH)
  • Badr Airlines (registered 4L-MWA) got burned down.

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